If you are a creditor in New York and have obtained a judgment against a debtor for an unpaid debt, one option for collecting the debt is to garnish the debtor’s wages. Here’s a step-by-step guide to garnishing wages in New York: Obtain a judgment: The first step in garnishing wages in New York is
If you have obtained a judgment in a court of law in New York or New Jersey , it is important to understand some of the options available to you if the debtor fails to pay the judgment or respond to request for information regarding their assets. Here are a few legal options you may
Whether we litigate a commercial collection case all the way to trial and win a verdict, or your client or customer ignores our lawsuit completely and never answers or appears, the result in both instances is the same: you will be awarded a money judgment that creates a lien against certain assets of the defendant.
If you are an individual, business, or attorney with a judgment from another state or federal court outside of New York or New Jersey, The Law Office of Jeffrey S. Kimmel can help you bring that judgment into New York or New Jersey so that you can enforce it there against your debtor’s assets located
The Law Office of Jeffrey S. Kimmel represents developers, contractors, subcontractors, investors, loan underwriters, vendors, property owners, and others in a wide range of construction litigation matters. Most construction projects are complicated and involve several parties and stakeholders different financial interests. Contractors often have to front the costs of subcontractor labor, tools, supplies, and other
The Law Office of Jeffrey S. Kimmel’s commercial litigation practice also dates back to our firm’s founding. Whereas a regular collections case involves a precise amount due which can be verified via documentary proof such as invoices or account statements, other types of collections cases will fall under our broader “commercial litigation” umbrella. Here are
Through our two decades of experience, we have streamlined the collections process to recover our clients’ funds as expeditiously as possible. Collections cases are straightforward when they involve what’s known in the legal world as a “sum certain” amount due. This means you have documentation, like an invoice or account statement, establishing a definite amount